This week two strollers marketed on their manoeuverability enter the Babesta ring. Who will come out on top and who will be left with their wheels spinning?
Patented Quick Fold technology allows you to fold with one hand and get going easily with this stroller; the folding system also features a removable auto-lock to keep the stroller folded while you go. The padded seat reclines to almost flat and features a vented seat top and retractable weather cover and a multi position sun canopy with clear windows. The City Mini features a universal accessory mounting bracket and ample storage both behind and under the seat. This clearly infinitely customizable stroller is three-wheeled with a swivel front wheel for easy manoeuverability that locks in place for when you have to cover some real distance and front wheel suspension for comfort. Stop on a dime stay stopped with the rear parking break.
The Bee folds up compact and is designed for the busy, urban mom to be able to swing it over her shoulder and go. This stroller is suitable for newborns – reclining flat and featuring an extendable seat bottom, add the newborn cocoon for added tiny human comfort – and is car seat adaptable to carry through all ages of stroller use. The seat customizes in a ton of ways featuring three-position recline, a reversible seat, heat adjustable backrest, extendible seat, and a height adjustable hand rest for your comfort. It has independent, four-wheel suspension, swiveling front wheels, and a one-tap foot break for the back wheels.
Customizable, manoeuverable, and infinitely cool, which do you think wins? Head to the comments and tell us what you think!